Haskin and Associates Wins Reversal

Judgment Vacated in Conditional Discharge Appeal J. David Haskin and Ben Goldberg believed a client was illegally resentenced under the conditional discharge statute in a Superior Court in Cobb County. A discretionary appeal was granted in the Georgia Court of Appeals. A three Judge panel, for various reasons, agreed with the attorneys and recently vacated […]

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Cyberstalking Threat

Stalking is a pattern of harassing or threatening behavior.  While we generally think about physical stalking, we are increasingly aware of cyberstalking.  Physical stalking may involve following someone, appearing at a person’s home or place of business, making harassing phone calls, leaving messages or objects, or other unwanted behavior. Cyberstalking involves using the Internet or other electronic means to harass. Web-based […]

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Conditional Discharge Appeal

Haskin and Associates maintain that re-sentencing under the conditional discharge statute is different from doing so under a first-offender sentence. A discretionary appeal was recently granted on this issue and the Court of Appeals will now decide how it will apply the law in this case.

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Personal Injury Settlement

Haskin Law pursues personal injury claims aggressively. Our recent recovery of $100,00+ is the result of settlements with insurance companies arising from damages caused by an intoxicated driver. Call us to discuss your personal injury claim.

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Employment “Consulting”

Haskin and Associates offers clients hourly rate legal consulting. To better serve some of our small-business clients and potential plaintiff’s in employment claims, Haskin and Associates will offer hourly fee legal employment consulting. The service is intended to protect employers and employees alike by resolving disputes before they reach the expensive stages of litigation. While […]

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